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  • * Victoria County History *

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    South Mimms Other estates

    called Ottways Garden, which in 1680 was alternatively known as Bridgefoot Farm, 94 a name which survives in a building at the bottom of Bridgefoot Lane . The Vincents built Bridgefoot House farther east in the mid 18th century; it

    South Mimms Introduction SOUTH MIMMS IN 1842

    c . 1670 a copyhold house called Ottways Garden, later known as Bridgefoot Farm, stood on part of the Bridgefoot estate. Seventeenth-century barns are recorded at Knightsland, Bridgefoot Farm, and Fold Farm. 23 A striking feature was the rebuilding or

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    ends. All the windows on the south front have been modernized. They formerly had oak mullions and diamond-shaped lead lights. Bridgefoot Farm, an interesting and picturesque timber-framed house, stands a little to the south-west of the church, and was probably

    South Mimms Economic history

    another in the northern part of Old Fold by 1442 . 58 A common field called Aldwick , south of Bridgefoot House and adjoining Mimms Wash, 59 was so named by 1437 . 60 There were frequent disputes over the

    Parishes Hatfield Broad Oak HATFIELD BROAD OAK (SOUTH) 1980 HATFIELD BROAD OAK (NORTH) 1980

    for the bridge in 1685 , and contributed at least part of the cost of repairs in 1735 . 53 Bridgefoot bridge, spanning Pincey brook in Collier Street , was recorded by that name from 1660, 54 and may have

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Unity

    1750 The Angel, Market Place, Norwich, Norfolk 1766 Queen's Head, Acle, Norfolk 1785 Queen's Head, Acle, Norfolk 1791 The Bear, Bridgefoot, Southtown, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1791 Wrestler's Inn, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1805 Nelson's Hotel, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1806 Half Moon,

    Lodge of Friendship

    Inn, St. Augustine Street, Norwich, Norfolk 1812 Pope's Head, Upper Market Street, St. Peter's Mancroft, Norwich, Norfolk 1822 Bear Hotel, Bridgefoot, Southtown, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1846 St. George's Tavern, King Street, Blakeney, Norfolk 1850 Duke's Head Hotel, Quay, Great Yarmouth,

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 11, 13 April 1663, 13 April 1663-13 April 1663

    the 27th of this Month, about Nine of the Clock that Morning, attend the Coming of the Sheriffs, at the Bridgefoot entering into Yarmouth (being the Place and Day appointed by the said Sheriffs), where, about Eleven of the Clock,

    General Index, R, 01 March 1673-31 October 1673

    as chancellor by John, alias Landy, a Dominican friar, confederate of Friar Byrne examination of Mr., house of, at the Bridgefoot, Dublin, meeting of Romish bishops at Rhenish wine for the King , passport for licence to import, requested Rhine Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, December 1687, 16-20, 16 December 1687-20 December 1687

    Receiver, victualler, Woolwich: 120 letters. Loather, Receiver, victualler, Charleton: 27 letters. Archer, Receiver, ciderman, Deptford: 178 letters. Daniell, Receiver, coffeeman, Bridgefoot in Southwark: 347 letters: gone off into the Mint in Southwark. Medley, Receiver, victualler, Battersea: 37 letters: overscored and

    Elizabeth I: volume 208 part 2, May 1601, 01 May 1601-31 May 1601

    82 . Proclamation concerning the new moneys for Ireland. Dublin, 1601, May 20. " Printed by John Francke at the Bridgefoot." One sheet . [May 20. ] 83 . Abstract of the foregoing proclamation. 1601, [May 20 ] . The Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, May 1673, 01 May 1673-31 May 1673

    . 17 June , 1670, at a meeting of five or six Romish Bishops at Mr. Reynolds' house at the Bridgefoot, Dublin, Peter Talbot declared that he had authority from his Majesty of England to correct and punish all the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lount Enfield, WrothLam park, for WLothanl Billel Thomas, Soath Mime-by Stanley O'Perci. val. rsq. Bnrdgefoot hiouE, for the Manor ot Bridgefoot iNeil William, .Earedleld-by Charlee N~ewdigate N~ewdegate, Req. for llarefield N~icholls John, Langleybury Abbots-by W. Jones Loyd,SReq. for Langleybury Atbol~sLangley, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l'GS. WHICH WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION, 13Y WILLIAM HUTCHINGS, THIS DAY (Monday), ,l October 19, in the Unicorn Meadow, Bridgefoot. Bosiness at Eleven. 605 ROYAL OAK INN, ASTON STREET, TOLL END, TJPTO.V. TO PUBLICANS, BROKERS, AND OTHERS. TO BE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Store PIGS. WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Y WILLIAM HUTCHINGS, TO-AIORROW (Fri- B deay), October 30, in the Unicorn ctcadow, Bridgefoot. Blusincss at Eleven. 45v SALE AT HAZELOAKS GREEN, SHIRLEY STREET. B Y Mr. D. HOLLOWAY (under a Distress for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Smith. Samuel inns, Wood Street, ironmonger; nominated by John Smith, seconded by Richard Hawk-es. Guild 'ard . Thomas Hutchings, jun., Bridgefoot, iron merchant: Nominated by James Cox, seconded by Harry Lupton: William Thompson, Evesham Boad, architect; nominated and seconded by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    no opposition, their election yesterday 'was officially announced by tlie return- log officers as follow:-Guild Ward: Mr. Thomas Hutchings, jun., Bridgefoot, coal and iron merchant; William Thompson, Evesham Road, architect. Market Hall WVerd; Richard Hawkes, High Street, chemist; Samuel Inns, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 4 Gul. IV - 17 Vict. Vols. LXV - LXXXV

    Workington Rail- 1845 cockermouth and Workington Rail- WAY, P. (Opposed.) LXXA'II. 1846 LXXVIII. Cockermouth and ayorkington rail- wat (Branch to Bridgefoot, Amendment of Act, and Power to Lease to Whitehaven Junc- tion Railway Company). Colchester Navi- gation and Im- provement. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 4 Gul. IV - 17 Vict. Vols. LXV - LXXXV

    ESTATES (DEBT). See Bills, Local, &c. BRIDGE UNION. See Accounts and Papers (Poor Relief). BRIDGEFOOT. See Bills, Local, &c. (Cockermouth and Workington Railway (Branch to Bridgefoot, Amendment of Act, and Power to lease to Whitehaven Junction Railway Company)). BRIDGEMAN. See Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 4 Gul. IV - 17 Vict. Vols. LXV - LXXXV

    Bills, Local, Ac. (Leeds and Whitehall Roads). WHITEHAVEN. See Bills, Local, Ac. (Whitehaven; Cocker- mouth and Workington Railway (Branch to Bridgefoot, Amend- ment of Act, and Power to lease to Whitehaven Junction Railway Company)). WHITEHAVEN AND FURNESS JUNCTION RAILWAY COMPANY. Subscribers-only content

    11 February 1746, 11 February 1747

    County of Cumberland, to the Houfe of Adam Kendall, near Bridgefoot, in the faid County, leading through the Towns and Villages of Staintou, Penruddock, Threlkeld, Kefzvick, Monkhall, Ufebridge, Cockermoiith, and Bridgefoot, of Thirty Miles in Length, and upwards, being the Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1746, 17 February 1747

    Road from Penreth, through Kefwick made in the Ninth Year of the Reign of his late Majefty and Cockermouth, to Bridgefoot; and from Penreth afore- King George the Firft, intituled, An Act for clearing, faid, through Nwton and Lamonby, to Subscribers-only content

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